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New York Natives Wheatus Make a Defiant Return with a Repackaged, Retitled and Revitalized Version of their Second Album. To Celebrate their New-found Freedom from Sony Music, Wheatus Rerelease the Album which Sony Almost Succeeded in Burying Without Trace. The First Release on the Band's Own Montauk Mantis Label, it Raises a Middle Finger to the World of Corporate Music. With New Artwork, a Mischievous New Title and Two New Tracks, Including a Storming Cover of Pat Benatar's "Hit Me with Your Best Shot", Wheatus Shows the World that it May have Been Down, but was Never Out. "Suck Fony" Will Be Released as a Limited Edition CD. Wheatus's Self-titled Debut Album Achieved Platinum Status in the UK in 2001 and a Million Sales Worldwide Driven by the Anthemic Top Five Hits "Teenage Dirtbag" and "a Little Respect".
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Suck Fony was actually supposed to be the band's second album for the Sony label but they dumped it, and the band got PO'd They re-recorded some songs added some bitchier songs including a cover of Benatar's "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and released this album on the internet. I can't recommend it enough.
Like I said I'm in love with the boy - featuring songs of self humiliation, betrayal and plain old pissiness, it's like he's tapped right into my life. It just doesn't get any more honest when songs like "Lemonade" an ode to a cheating girlfriend asks the question, "Just tell me his name/ just tell me you didn't get laid in our bedroom/ tell me it's the same/ Tell me is his d*ck bigger than mine?" and awesome declarations in songs like "The Song That I Wrote When You Dissed Me". Self depreciation and anger have never sounded so enticing - buy it, buy it now, and Brandon if you're reading this; call me.